Ireland will not experience any Brexit-related shortage of vital medications as the Government warned against the panic buying and stockpiling of drugs.
Members of British Prime Minister Theresa May’s party are peddling a “toxic lie”, EU Commissioner Phil Hogan has said.
Businesses are a long way from being “Brexit ready” and continued uncertainty over its outcome is set to impose yet more costs on companies, business leaders from both sides of the Border have warned.
Irish motorists wanting to drive in the UK, including Northern Ireland, will need to arrange so-called ‘Green Cards’ in the event of a no-deal Brexit, insurers have warned.
There is a “private understanding” that a “hard border” in Ireland is increasingly likely – but the Government refuses to tell the public, Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin has told the Dáil.
The Brexit deal agreed by the prime minister with the EU was defeated by a historic margin last night – but Mrs May failed to produce a Plan B.
Tánaiste Simon Coveney has admitted checks on goods moving between the UK and Ireland will be necessary in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Theresa May is facing a potentially crushing Commons defeat for her Brexit deal on Tuesday.
Pro-EU MPs will today raise the stakes in the battle over Brexit by publishing draft legislation to force a second referendum that could reverse the result of the 2016 vote.
“Every effort” will be made to help embattled the British prime minister get the EU-UK Brexit deal the necessary approval by the UK parliament, Commission President Jean Claude Juncker has said.